Protesters start removing sticky notes of support from the "Lennon Wall" in central Hong Kong in advance of an expected street clearance on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters have occupied the area outside Hong Kong's government offices for 75 days, but police, acting on a court order, are expected to restore the area to traffic Thursday.
Protesters start removing sticky notes of support from the "Lennon Wall" in central Hong Kong in advance of an expected street clearance on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters have occupied the area outside Hong Kong's government offices for 75 days, but police, acting on a court order, are expected to restore the area to traffic Thursday. McClatchy
Protesters start removing sticky notes of support from the "Lennon Wall" in central Hong Kong in advance of an expected street clearance on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters have occupied the area outside Hong Kong's government offices for 75 days, but police, acting on a court order, are expected to restore the area to traffic Thursday. McClatchy

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December 10, 2014 9:31 PM

After 75 days, police clear Hong Kong’s main protest camp

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